3. Use Touch ID
If your device sports Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint scanner (as of this writing, that means the iPhone 7 series, iPhone 6 and 6S series, SE, and 5S, as well as both iPad Pro models, iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 and 4), you should use it. Having to scan your fingerprint to unlock your device is much stronger security than a four-digit passcode that you can forget or that can be guessed by a computer with enough time.
4. Enable Find My iPhone
If your iPhone does get stolen, Find My iPhone may be the way you get it back. This free feature of iCloud uses the phone’s built-in GPS to pinpoint its location on a map so you (or, much safer and better, the police) can track it to its current location. It’s a great tool for finding lost devices, too.
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